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Finger Fractures

The fingers are made up of three bones: the distal phalanx (the smallest bone closest to the finger tip), the middle phalanx (the next bone, located between the two small joints of the finger) and the proximal phalanx (the bone closest to the large knuckle that joins your finger to your hand). Fractures of these finger bones are very common.